aubrey18 Posted October 15, 2015 Share Posted October 15, 2015 Ok, so I have been thinking about getting my CNA as a way to obtain some health care experience. However I am curious to know whether or not schools like or dislike this being that it is "nursing" assistant and not directly for physician assistants. Also, I was researching for a CNA training and I found an 18-day class but it says to become a nursing assistant... will I be a CNA or is this different from a CNA and strictly just an NA title? I am not really sure if there is a difference or what it really mean. So if anyone knows, please let me know! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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